Strangeways Brewing opening location in Scott's Addition
November 27, 2018
Strangeways Brewing - the Henrico County-based brewery - is opening its third location, this one in Scott's Addition.
The new location will be a brewery and tasting room be 4,000 square feet with a large patio at 3110 W. Leigh St., across from Circuit Arcade Bar and in the same building as Smohk RVA. It "will showcase a large assortment of different beer styles including lagers, IPA’s, Belgian styles, sours, and dark beers. Strangeways also is in the process of producing cider to bring a gluten reduced option to their patrons," according to a news release.
Neil Burton - a former retail clothes seller turned brewery owner - opened the first Strangeways in 2013 at 2277A Dabney Road - after helping pass the legislation that made it legal for Virginia brewers to sell beer on-site. Last year, Strangeways opened is second location in Fredericksburg. Both locations will remain open.
“We are excited to help play a part in Virginia’s local tourism economy, utilize as many local ingredients in beers and in snacks as we can, and employ more people,” Burton said in a statement.
An opening date for the Scott's Addition location has not yet been release. Both Strangeways location are open daily.
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